Gallery Events

“Dockside” by Carol Gold in the show “Summer Fun.”

Romany Kramoris

Romany Kramoris Gallery in Sag Harbor presents a group art exhibit featuring three artists: Linda Capello, Thomas Condon, and Isabel Pavão. The exhibit will be on display through July 25, with a reception for the artists on Saturday, July 6, from 5 to 6:30 PM.


The Artists Alliance of East Hampton presents its July show “Celebration,” featuring painting, drawing, photography, and sculpture, from July 5 to 10 at Ashawagh Hall in Springs. There will be an opening reception on Saturday, July 6, from 5 to 7 PM, with music by Job Potter and Friends.

Market Art + Design

Market Art + Design, the modern and contemporary fine art and design fair, returns to Bridgehampton for the fair’s ninth edition July 5 through July 7.

Exhibitors include London’s Sim Smith, Madrid’s Galerie MPA, New York City’s David Benrimon Fine Art, Richard Levy Gallery, Jan Kath Design, Muriel Guépin Gallery, Unix Gallery, Haas Contemporary, Sugarlift, Vellum Projects, and Michele Mariaud Gallery, as well as Chicago’s Jean Albano Gallery and Los Angeles’ Timothy Yarger Fine Art. Local galleries include Roman Fine Art, Janet Lehr Fine Arts, Quogue Gallery, The White Room Gallery, VSOP Projects, ARDT Gallery, Chase Edwards Contemporary, and RJD Gallery.

Located on the grounds of The Bridgehampton Museum, Market Art + Design 2019 will work with sponsors and partners including beneficiary partner The Parrish Art Museum, and East Hampton’s Guild Hall.

There will also be a talk by artist Mym Tuma about her long relationship and correspondence with Georgia O’Keeffe, on July 6 at 2 PM.

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Michael Butler

The Amagansett Library presents an artist reception for Michael Butler on Saturday, July 6, from 5 to 7 PM. The narrative artist finds inspiration from the rich history of the East End. The show runs through July 30.

Summer Fun

The Good Ground Artists “Summer Fun” Art Show will be held on Friday, July 5 through 21. An opening reception will be held Saturday, July 6, from 4 to 7 PM at the Water Mill Museum. Visit

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